Dunlop Jazz Plectrums III XL Red 6P

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Plectrums

  • Jazz III XL Series
  • Thickness: 1.38 mm
  • Colour: Red
  • Pack of 6
available since November 2006
Item number 198604
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Thickness Extra-Heavy
Delivery Quantity 6
5,70 €
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Amazing picks.
Mamops 25.06.2019
My first encounter with these picks were at a live concert. The guitarist of the band threw his pick to the crowd and I happened to catch it.It's been 2 years and I've yet to switch to a different pick style. Normal picks I was okay with, but I always thought they were too big, especially for speed and precision (just my opinion), so I changed to Jazz III and guess what, they were too small. If you feel the same you should definately try these picks out. If not , why not go for it anyway? They are not that big of an investment after all!
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XL Jazz III
James K. 12.06.2013
I bought these on a whim as they are not usually my pick of choice, however when I tried them it became apparent that they do not wear as quickly as other delrin/tortex picks and they have a slightly clearer attack. They have good grip thanks to the imprinted logos and I find they have a smooth release over the strings, I usually use these for playing bass but found them great for playing guitar too and they are fantastic for pinched harmonics on the guitar. My only problems with these picks is the way they are rated by dunlop as either "Red" or "Stiffo" with no particular size specified, but for the quality and playability these picks provide I am sure I can overlook this minor detail.
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The must have plectrum
Jimi4482 14.01.2021
They are the best guitar picks for playing lead guitar. It's thick, it cuts easily through the strings, it can be used with the rounded edge, It lasts forever. It's the only pick I use when playing electric guitar even when strumming. I don't use it much on an acoustic guitar. A lighter gauge, I think is more suitable for strumming in an acoustic.
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Meh
DutchThrasher 08.06.2019
I don't like these picks much.
In comparison to Ultex or Tortex these Nylon picks don't last as long, you can throw them out after a few hours of playing. They aren't very stiff which means if you need to do some fast down picking you can lose control with these. They also sound a bit dull, although some might call it warm.

These are just not for me.
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